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Todd E. Bodner, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Quantitative Psychology

Department of Psychology
317 Cramer Hall
Portland State University
P.O. Box 751
Portland,OR 97207-0751
phone (503) 725-3902
fax (503) 725-3904

Selected Publications
Classes Taught



Selected Publications

Articles (refereed)

Bodner, T. (accepted for publication). Estimating and testing for differential treatment effects on outcomes when the outcome variances differ. Psychological Methods.

Bodner, T., & Bliese, P. (2017).  Detecting and differentiating the direction of change and intervention effects in randomized trials. Journal of Applied Psychology. Advance online publication.

Bodner, T. (2017). Standardized effect sizes for moderated conditional fixed effects with continuous moderator variables. Frontiers in Psychology: Quantitative Psychology and Measurement. 8:562. 

Levy, J., Mace, J., Bodner, T., Alt., J., & Smith, T. (2017). Defining the minimal clinically important difference for olfactory outcomes in the surgical treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis. International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology, 7, 821-826.

Rineer, J., Truxillo, D., Bodner, T., Hammer, L., & Kraner, M. (2017). The moderating effect of perceived organizational support on the relationships between organizational justice and objective measures of cardiovascular health.  European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology. Advanced online 

Bodner, T. (2016).  Tumble graphs: Avoiding misleading end-point extrapolation when graphing interactions from a moderated multiple regression analysis. Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 41, 593-604. 

DeConde, A., Bodner, T., Mace, J., Alt, J., Rudmik, L., & Smith, T. (2016). Development of a clinically relevant endoscopic grading system for chronic rhinosinusitis using canonical correlation analysis. International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology, 6, 478-485.  

Hammer, L., Johnson, R., Crain, T., Bodner, T., Kossek, E., Davis, K., Kelly, E., Buxton, O., Karuntzos, G., Chosewood, L., & Berkman, L. (2016). Intervention effects on safety compliance and citizenship behaviors: Evidence from the Work, Family, and Health Study. Journal of Applied Psychology, 101, 190-208. 

Odle-Dusseau, H., Hammer, L., Crain, T., & Bodner, T.  (2016).  The influence of family-supportive supervisors on job performance: An organizational work-family initiative.  Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 21, 296-308. 

Olson, R., Wipfli, B., Thompson, S., Elliot, D., Anger, W., Bodner, T., Hammer, L., & Perrin, N. (2016).  Weight control intervention for truck drivers: The SHIFT randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Public Health, 106, 1698-1709.

Olson, R., Thompson, S., Wipfli, B., Hanson, G., Elliot, D., Anger, W., Bodner, T., Hammer, L., Hohn, E., & Perrin, N. (2016).  Sleep, eating, and exercise behavioral clusters among truck drivers with obesity: Implications for interventions. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 58, 314-321.  

Zaniboni, S., Truxillo, D., Rineer, J., Bodner, T., Hammer, L. & Kraner, M. (2016).  Relating age, decision authority, job satisfaction, and mental health: A study of construction workers. Work, Aging and Retirement, 2, 428-435.

Anger, W. K., Elliot, D., Bodner, T., Olson, R., Rohlman, D., Truxillo, D., Kuehl, K., Hammer, L., & Montgomery, D.  (2015). Effectiveness of Total Worker Health interventions.  Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 20, 226-247. 

Hammer, L., Truxillo, D., Bodner, T., Rineer, J., Pytlovany, A., & Richman, A.  (2015). Effects of a workplace intervention targeting psychosocial risk factors on safety and health outcomes. BioMed Research International, vol. 2015, Article ID 836967, 12 pages.

Levy, O., Taylor, S., Boyacigiller, N., Bodner, T., Peiperi, M., & Beechler, S. (2015). Perceived senior leadership opportunities in MNCs: The effect of social hierarchy and capital. Journal of International Business Studies, 46, 285-307.

Olson, R., Crain, T., Bodner, T., King, R., Hammer, L., Klein, L., Erickson, L., Moen, P., Berkman, L., & Buxton, O. (2015). A workplace intervention improves sleep: Results from the randomized controlled Work, Family, and Health study. Sleep Health, 1, 55-65.

Bodner, T., Kraner, M., Bradford, B., Hammer, L., & Truxillo, D. (2014).  Safety, health, and well-being of municipal utility and construction workers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 56 (7), 771-778.

Crain, T., Hammer, L., Bodner, T., Kossek, E., Moen, P., Lilienthal, R., & Buxton, O.  (2014). Work-family conflict, family-supportive supervisor behaviors (FSSB), and sleep outcomes. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 19 (2), 155-167.

DeConde, A., Mace, J., Bodner, T., Hwang, P., Rudmik, L., Soler, Z., & Smith, T.  (2014). SNOT-22 quality of life domains differentially predict treatment modality selection in chronic rhinosinusitis. International Forum of Allergy and Rhinology, 4 (12), 972-979.

DeConde, A., Bodner, T., Mace, J., & Smith, T. (2014). Investigation for response shift in quality of life after endoscopic sinus surgery for chronic rhinosinusitis.  Journal of the American Medical Association – Otolaryngology, 140 (8), 712-719.

Kovacs, J., Truxillo, D., Bauer, T., & Bodner, T.  (2014). Fairness perceptions of affirmative action programs based on socioeconomic status: A new approach to affirmative action.  Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 26, 35-57.

Hammer, L., Kossek, E., Bodner, T., & Crain, T.  (2013). Measurement development and validation of the family supportive supervision behavior short-form (FSSB-SF).  Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 18, 285-296.

Johnson, T., & Bodner, T. (2013).  Posterior predictive checks of tetrad subsets for covariance structures of measurement models.  Psychological Methods, 18, 494-513.

Ismail, A., Bodner, T., & Rohlman, D. (2012).  Neurobehavioral performance among agricultural workers and pesticide applicators:  A meta-analytic study.  Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 69, 457-464.

Hammer, L. B., Kossek, E. E., Anger, W. K., Bodner, T., & Zimmerman, K. (2011) Clarifying work-family intervention processes: The roles of work-family conflict and family supportive supervisor behaviors. Journal of Applied Psychology, 96, 134-150.

Kossek, E., Pichler, S., Bodner, T., & Hammer, L.  (2011). Workplace social support and work-family conflict:  A meta-analysis clarifying the influence of general and work-family specific supervisor and organizational support.  Personnel Psychology, 64, 289-313.

Martz, E., Bodner, T., & Livneh, H.  (2010). Social support and coping as moderators of disability and posttraumatic stress levels among Vietnam theater veterans.  Health, 2, 332-341.

Dieckmann, N., Malle, B., & Bodner, T.  (2009). An empirical assessment of meta-analytic practice.  Review of General Psychology, 13, 101-115.

Hammer, L., Kossek, E., Yragui, N., Bodner, T., & Hanson, G.  (2009). Development and validation of a multidimensional measure of family supportive supervisory behaviors (FSSB).  Journal of Management, 35, 837-856.

Martz, E., Bodner, T., & Livneh, H.  (2009). Coping as a moderator of disability and psychosocial adaptation relationship.  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 65, 94-112.

Truxillo, D., Bodner, T., Bertolino, M., Bauer, T., & Yonce, C.  (2009). Effects of explanations on applicant reactions: A meta-analytic review.  International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 17, 346-361.

Bodner, T.  (2008). What improves with increased missing data imputations?  Structural Equation Modeling, 15, 651-675.

Bauer, T., Bodner, T., Erdogan, B., Truxillo, D., & Tucker, J.  (2007). Newcomer adjustment during organizational socialization: A meta-analytic review of antecedents, outcomes, and methods.  Journal of Applied Psychology, 92, 707-721.

Goodwin, D., Ricks, J., Fish, B., Kelsey, N., Good, A., Remington, L., & Bodner, T.  (2007). Predicting academic success in optometry school.  Optometric Education, 32, 85-90.

Johnson, T., & Bodner, T.  (2007). A note on the use of bootstrap tetrad tests for covariance structures.  Structural Equation Modeling, 14, 113-124.

Rohlman, D., Bodner, T., Arcury, T., Quandt, S., & McCauley, L. (2007). Developing methods for assessing neurotoxic effects in Hispanic non-English speaking children. Neurotoxicology, 28, 240-244.

Wang, M., & Bodner, T.  (2007). Growth mixture modeling: Identifying and predicting unobserved subpopulations with longitudinal data.  Organizational Research Methods, 10, 635-656. 

Anger, K., Stupfel, J., Ammerman, T., Tamulinas, A., Bodner, T., & Rohlman, D.  (2006). The suitability of computer-based training for workers with limited formal education:  A case study from the US agricultural sector.  International Journal of Training and Development, 10, 269-284.

Bodner, T.  (2006). Designs, participants, and measurement methods in psychological research.  Canadian Psychology, 47, 263-272. 

Bodner, T.  (2006). Missing data:  Prevalence and reporting practices.  Psychological Reports, 99, 675-680.

Livneh, H., Martz, E., & Bodner, T.  (2006). Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability:  A preliminary study of its factorial structure.  Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings, 13, 251-261.

Feist, G., Bodner, T., Jacobs, J., Miles, M., & Tan, V.  (1995). Integrating top-down and bottom-up structural models of subjective well-being: A longitudinal investigation.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 68, 138-150.


Book Chapters and Reviews

Neal, M. B., Hammer, L. B., Pines, M. A., Bodner, T. E., & Cannon, M. L.  (2013).  Working Caregivers in the “Sandwiched Generation.”  In R. Burke, J. Field, & C. Cooper (Eds.).  Handbook on Aging, Work & Society.  Newbury Park:  Sage.

Bodner, T. (2007). [Review of the book Missing Data and Small-Area Estimation: Modern Analytical Equipment for the Survey Statistician.] Psychometrika, 72, 115-116.

Bodner, T. (2002). [Reviews of the books The Lady Tasting Tea: How Statistics Revolutionized Science in the Twentieth Century and Statisticians of the Centuries]. Chance, 15(3), 37-39.

Bodner, T. (2001). Teaching quantitative sections: Lessons from Michelangelo and Sigmund Freud. In M. Winkelmes, & J. Wilkinson (Eds.), Voices of Experience: Observations by Senior Teaching Fellows at Harvard University. New York: Peter Lang Inc.